About your Search

20130801
20130831
STATION
KTVU (FOX) 20
KNTV (NBC) 7
KPIX (CBS) 7
KGO (ABC) 4
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 4
KICU 2
LANGUAGE
English 44
Search Results 0 to 43 of about 44 (some duplicates have been removed)
take a look at it. and i will certainly not hesitate to call president obama if i think we need more than we have. >> it's unreal. >> reporter: from the air you can get a sense of how big the fire has grown. this is new video from a national guard plane. the fire has grown to 150,000 acres of forestland. more than 4,000 homes and other buildings are in danger still and firefighters are also working to save two giant sequoia growths. >> those trees were up to 2,000 years old. we have the crews trying to save them. we'll backburn through them. put in sprinkler systems. >> reporter: the rim fire moved in to yosemite park over the weekend. although firefighters don't believe the fire will reach the valley itself. the bigger concern is controlling the southern and when edges of the fire to stop it -- western edges of the fire to stop it from spreading to other communities. >> there's a lot of folks that live up here. we're putting a lot of effort to keep the fire as far away as we can. >> reporter: meanwhile san francisco's ter supply is in jeopardy. flames are still moving toward hetch h
minutes, president obama called syria's use of chemical weapons, quote, a challenge to the world and a threat to national security. >> we cannot accept a world where women and children and innocent civilians are gassed on a terrible scale. this kind of attack threatens our national security interests by violating well-established international norms against the use of chemical weapons by further threatening friends and allies of ours in the region like israel and turkey and jordan, and it increases the risk that chemical weapons will be used in the future and fall into the hands of terrorist who is might use them against us. >> the president said he made no decision yet but he is considering limited and narrow action against syria. earlier a declassified intelligence report was released laying out some of the evidence against syrian president bashar assad's government. cbs reporter danielle nottingham has that part of the story. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry arrived at the white house for a national security council meeting weighing a possible military strike against
an weekend i president obama proposes to tax reform in a plan he calls a grand bargain for the middle class. the president says he will agree to a plan that also if republicans work with him on spending. include spending for job growth, training and infrastructure. president obama is sending federal aid to rebuild west, fertilizer plant explosion. the obama administration initially denied the request. hundreds injured in the several homes and buildings were also damaged or destroyed. weather cam quick hit-scenic let's take a quick look outside this morning. let's check in with janu for your saturday forecast. scalpels either to look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted
on president obama? >>> and high level clouds, thunderstorms are also moving north. are we done with these yet? also, let's take a look towards the weekend. all of this coming up in weather. . >>> time now 5:12. ups making cuts in health insurance. they say they will eliminate insurance to 15,000 people who are married to ups employees. those spouses are eligible for their own health insurance by their own employer. they are expected to pay more than 11 percent because of the affordable act. >> many californians don't know they can get health insurance at no or reduced charge through obama care. 66 percent of people expect implementing the law will be a success. only 25 percent of voters under 65 say they've heard about the affordable care act. 48 percent of low-income voters know they are eligible. >>> president obama will be on the road talking about college education. it includes stops in new york and pennsylvania. the ktvu collette campbell from the washington, d.c. newsroom. president is proposing how to make college accountable and affordable. >> president obama wants to create a system.
. >> reporter: doubts over evidence aside, for the white house, it's now decision time. >> president obama says syrian president bashar al-assad is responsible for a chemical attack on his own people. he promises accountability but says no decision has been made on how to respond. >> he takes the requirement to make these decisions very seriously. and he's carefully considering the circumstances before him. >> reporter: but preparations are already underway for a potential strike. u.s. military assets are in the eastern mediterranean, ready to go whenever the president gives the order. and the white house is quickly laying out its case, amid concern from congress, which wants a role in the final decision. >> let congress authorize this activity. >> i'd like to have everybody in on this. >> i definitely believe that there needs to be a vote. >> reporter: the administration is briefing high-ranking members of congress and is expected to release an unclassified intelligence report with the evidence soon. in london, the prime minister, cameron, argued for military action. >> that is enough to inclu
in washington say they'd rather cause a government shut down than pay for president obama's health care law. as ktvu's kyla campbell reports from our washington d.c. news room, these lawmakers are preparing for fiscal fights this fall. >> reporter: house republicans signed this letter sent to house speaker, john boehner, they say obama care is the reason workers around the country are seeing their hours get cut. mostly tea party backed conservatives want boehner to avoid a budget plan that would help implement the president's health care law. congress is on recess this month. several republican lawmakers at home are holding town halls to put obama care in the spotlight. >> if the republican party, republican lawmakers go out and make a case to the american people that obama care is hurting them, it's costing jobs, having hours cut back on their work, we can go out and win this fight. >> reporter: a new budget is needed by september 30th and october 1st, the health care exchange is open, so people can start shopping for insurance through obama care. this could become a high stakes political
on the today toward the kicks off today and we're learning more about the secrets of the nsa. what the obama administration is saying about prying on americas ♪ i, i got it, i got it made ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say [ male announcer ] nothing better than a subway bacon, egg & cheese with avocado made before your eyes. subway. eat fresh. a developing story near yosemite. where a wildfire is burning out of control this morning. and continues to threaten 25-hundred homes. the "rim fire" is only about five-percent contained. so far, it has burned more than 25-square miles in the stanislaus national forest. the area is fairly remote, but it has led to the evacuation of thousands of people from campgrounds and private homes. kron four has a crew in the area and will bring you up to date on the wildfire live new this morning. the 16-year-old girl who was kidnapped by a family friend is saying that she exchanged texts with the man before she was captured. search warrants have said that hannah anderson exchanged about 13-phone calls with
on syria could happen any they now. steve handelsman has the latest. >> reporter: president obama worked the phones lining up allies. britain sound on board. >> it's about chemical weapons. the use is wrong. >> reporter: the french say they're ready, investigators have not finished their work in syrian fwhieshds where hundreds of civilians died. president obama no longer questions if chemical weapons were used or by whom. >> it is not around the can of whether or not the syrian regime is responsible the question is what is the appropriate response. >> reporter: the reported planned response is three days of strikes by creuise missiles. >> we can degreat the missile capability, their iesh capability. >> reporter: four u.s. destroyers are ready in the mediterranean. they're based in norfolk whose congressman is upset. >> i believe it's unconstitutional. >> they demand president obama call a joint session of congress but fears he won't. >> this is not right. it's not a democratic issue or off republican issue. >> reporter: the white house says it's consulting congressional leaders. meanwhil
ago today to give his "i have a dream". that's where president obama is scheduled to speak at 11:45 a.m. pacific time. there will be other speakers from the civil rights era. we spoke to a woman who hear these people speak. she came all the way from missouri. >> there's still things to be done in the areas in our city and -- [inaudible] >> reporter: patricia said she wanted to come here 50 years ago but she couldn't. she said she was the second black woman to be hired at st. louis area banks and didn't want to take the time off -- she did want to take the time off to be here today. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the san francisco human rights commission is holding a special commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the march on washington at 5:00 this evening in the board of supervisors chambers at city hall. the commission is announcing the winners of the heroes' award for 2013 at that event. >>> 7:17 at the time. checking in with sal on traffic. have you noticed -- is the bay bridge any more or less crowded today? about the same? >> it's about the same. people have been goin
. [ music ] >> reporter: president obama said after african american president isn't enough and we stand to learn from those who fought for equality. >> taught them that no man can take away the dignity and grace god grants us. >> reporter: 50 years ago martin luther king encouraged people to push for positive change. that message was echoed here today. reporting live in washington, ktvu channel 2 news. >> people came from all over the country for today's anniversary. among them, she had march in 1963. >> we are here to make sure our children and all the children over the united states of america understand they have a responsibility. and that responsibility ubis to help their country become -- is to help their country become a great country. >> her main concern today is the same as it was 50 years ago, equality among all races and she echoed martin luther king's speech. >> all people being able to be judged by the content of their character. >> in 1963, 253 people strong. observers say the crowd appeared much smaller today. more details about martin luther king and his i have a dream sp
budget cuts are taking a toll on head start programs in the bay area and across the country. the obama administration says more than 57,000 children will be cut from head start this fall due to the sequester. the program for preschoolchildren from low- income families saw its budget cut more than 5% after congress failed to reach a budget agreement with the white house. in contra costa county, that means layoffs and shortening the program by nine weeks. >> these are the needsiest families here in the community. many of our families are homeless. many of the children we serve are foster children. >> advocates for children say head start helps to prepare close to a million children for kindergarten along with offering a range of services, including day care, access to social workers and help for children with disabilities. >>> on ktvu.com we have a special back-to-school section set up. that's where you can look up school start dates, school photos of some of our staff members and tips on school savings and some of the back-to- school stories. >>> president obama paid tribute to the thou
. >> reporter: the obama administration claims assad has ordered the use of chemical weapons in the past. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. >>> iran, one of syria's strongest allies, said this morning there is no way the attack is from government troops. iran's foreign minister blames the deaths on terrorism. >>> happening today, egypt's deposed leader hosni mubarak is expected to be freed from prison and placed under house arrest. he was ordered released this week following more than two years in detention. he is 85 and in frail health. he still faces retrial on charges of complicity in the killing of protestors during the uprising that toppled his government in 2011. >>> it is 5:06. new details now. the national security agency has gathered more emails than previously disclosed. the nsa yesterday declassified three court rulings which showed the agency read as many as 56,000 emails from americans not connected to foreign terrorists. the nsa says it was an unintended consequence when it gathered bundles of internet traffic that was connected to terror suspects. the foreign intelligenc
for is the order interest president obama. five guided missile destroyers in the eastern med loaded with as many as 50 tomb map hawk missiles each. we're told all the potential targets have been downloaded into those missile warheads. those targets would include the command and control center for syria's chemical weapons sites and the delivery systems is like artillery, rockets and other devices, airplanes, air strips, but president obama has made it clear that this is not an attack intended to overturn the regime, regime is not is the target. it's limited and tailored, according to the president himself, lester. >> limited and tailored, you might even call it a hit and run attack. how effective in the past have those kind of attacks been? >> reporter: history shows, lester, they're not very effective, particularly when you're up against a strong military power in the region like syria. the most famous of those ineffective attacks i guess you could say happened in 1998 when president bill clinton launched a series of cruise missiles at slaum in afghanistan only to find that three years later, on
laundererring and -- laundering and he faces life in prison ifth canned. >>> happening now, president obama is leaving the white house for a trip to arizona. that's where he will lay out his plans this afternoon to overhaul the housing and mortgage industries. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom. senators already laid out their plans to do the same thing. kyla? >> reporter: dave, the president's proposals are largely in line with the senate's bipartisan housing and mortgage reform plan already in the works. that includes phasing out fannie mae and freddie mac. they received nearly $200 billion in a tax payer funded bailout back in 2008. president obama will also push for immigration reform to increase home values. the white house says immigrants accounted for almost 40% of new homeowners nationwide between 2000 and 2010. in that same time period, in california, immigrants accounted for more than 80% of the growth in homeowners. how the administration plans to help homeowners better understand when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news
? xy >>> welcome back. chuck hagel says american forces are ready to strike syria if president obama gives the order. now, syrian -- >> yes. syrian leaders warn against the strike and russia is accusing the u.s. of making excuses to attack syria. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the situation in syria is intensifying with every hour. kyla? >> reporter: pam, we know the united nations inspectors pushed off their investigation until tomorrow, citing security concerns. they were supposed to return to the site of last week's attack. john kerry says the use of chemical weapons last week is undeniable. >> make no mistake. president obama believes there must be accountability for those who would use the world's most heinous weapons against the world's most vulnerable people. >> reporter: senior administration officials say their goal is not to overthrow president assad but rather punish him for using chemical weapons, killing hundreds in syria last week. the u.s. navy deployed four destroyers. they launch would be missiles. the russian president vladimir putin ch
to raise awareness about recent changes in health care, often referred to as obama care. the event runs from ten this morning until two at the ymca. >>> delta is issuing a warning about the impact obama care will have on its company. they claim that the law will contribute to $100 million increase in health care cost. the biggest parts will go into effect at the beginning of 2014. one of the more costly items in the fee of $63 a participant. >> the teens accused of killing a australian student won't face hate crime charges. there is no evidence to support race was the motive in the murder. three teens have been charged in the death. authorities say they shot the 23-year-old while he was out jogging. police say one of the teens told officers they decided to kill someone because they were bored. there is speculation that the killing may have been part of a gang ritual. >>> residents in spokane washington are coming together after a world war ii veteran was beaten to death by two teens. last night a few thousand gathered to pay respects to the 88-year-old delbert belton. he was robbed and
, then there need to be international consequences. >> president obama says he has not yet decided whether or not to attack syria. this morning, u.n. chemical weapons experts were out collecting samples from that alleged chemical attack. >>> major nidal hasan will die for killing 13 people and wounding 32 others in the fort hood shooting in texas. a military jury sentenced the army psychiatrist responsible for the 2009 mass shooting. it was the worst mass murder at a military installation in the u.s. history. one of the victims who survived said the worst of his injuries is ptsd. >> my loved ones have to be cognizant how they approach me. i'm always looking for the threat because i was caught by surprise so that will never happen to me again. >> hasan didn't dispute the charges saying the attack was motivated by muslims insurgents in iraq and afghanistan. >>> 3, 2, 1! >> so what's more fun than launching marshmallows? not much. where kids are learning to make these gadgets take off in this week's "cool school." >> businesses adjusting their schedule during the bay bridge closure. the opti
this morning president obama has decided the u.s. should take military action in syria for the alleged use of chemical weapons. we get the latest. >> reporter: president obama has put military action against syria on hold. >> the power is rooted not just in our military might but in our example as a government of the people, by the people and for the people. i will seek authorization for the use of force from the american people's representatives in congress. >> the president says he's firmly decided on a military response. >> what message will we send if a dictator can gas hundreds of children in plain sight and pay no price? >> the inspectors cross the syrian border on saturday, it set off furious speculation as to when a u.s. attack on syria might begin. the white house has turned up the rhetoric to red hot with secretary of state john kerry calling syrian leader bashar al assad a thug and murderer. >> we saw rows of children lying side by side, sprawled on a hospital floor, all of them dead from assad's gas. >> with u.s. warships poised for action off its coast, syria was on a war foot
look on the white house. president obama's trade, is i impacting a ban on i-pad and i- phones. they decided apple devices violate add patent by sam tongue. later today, samsung expressed the disappointed. >>> twitter announced new features to stop abuse. instead of having to report threats, users will have a one click button for instant reporting across the platform. the button is available for apple apps. and also, twitter's banned practices such as slamming an individual with messages or opening an account to harz someone. >> major league baseball, appears poised to hand down some suspensions. espn is reporting that alex rodriguez will be suspended. word of the action comes after the investigation of the performance enhancing drugs from a florida clinic. a-rod has a place in the yankees all season because of the injury. he said last night, the $275 million contract makes him a target. >> all this stuff is going on in the background and people are finding creative ways. >> and sources tell espn, the suspensions will likely last through the season. >> warnings comes after a se
to the area by the government. >> reporter: the obama administration says assad has ordered the use of chemical weapons in the past. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. >> iran one of syria's allies says there is no way this is an attack from government troops. they blame it on terrorists. in the past week or so more than 35,000 syrian refugees have fled to iraq raising the prospects of iraq getting more involved in syria's war. >>> the national security agency has picked up more americans' emails than previously disclosed. they declassified three court rulings which show the agency read as many as 56,000 emails from americans not connected to foreign terrorists. the nsa says it unintentionally gathered that internet traffic. the foreign intelligence surveillance court ruled it unconstitutional and ordered the agency to find ways to limit what it collects and how long it keeps it. >>> president obama begins a two-day bus tour of new york and pennsylvania today. his first stop will be in buffalo where he will talk about making college education more affordable. other stops include sy
and slide show from photos marking a 50th anniversary. president obama plans to mark the moment by giving a speech this wepds from the very same steps dr. king did 50 years ago. >>> still do come, they once worked in the vineyards, now they have their own. hear the bay area proud stories of success. ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing really good around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of living off the taste of the air ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ try new fiber one peanut butter protein bars. >>> when you hear the words cultural festival, you probably imagine something quite different from the japan expo which is wrapping up today in santa clara. >>> okay, consider yourselves officially welcome. we're a celebration mainly through pop culture. this is our fist meeting where we've been running our show in paris for 14 years. >> the bay area was the first choice where promoters say the response has been so g
of oklahoma's message to president obama. in the wake of the tragedy. >> brian: lots of sunshine, with your full forecast, coming up. >> brian: it turned out to be a pretty nice day around the bay. for tonight, a mixture of clouds. this is a view from the bay bridge. the fog has moved into the inland valleys. most of those areas will be near livermore and towards the north bay. and the south- bay. sunshine. temperatures are going to be pretty nice. here is the satellite. most of this rain fell well to the north. with this tropical system over mexico. near arizona and utah. however some of these clouds are going to be impacting our skies. they will just decorate our sky. here is fog tracker at midnight tonight. it is pressing into the inland valleys. and we will watch these clouds clear relatively quickly. between seven and 10:00 a.m. some clearing and look for mostly clear. i think that we could have a good period of decent clearing. temperatures in the much of the south-bay. san jose, making it to 80 degrees. low 80s in san jose, evergreen the, the warmest places will be the east bay valle
while they were attending a separate demonstration in oakland. >>> president obama paid tribute to workers in his weekly address. >> we'll come together as a nation to honor some of our own. the working men and women of america who across the generations built this country up and helped make us who we are today. >> the president said labor day is a reminder that many americans have seen their wages stagnate while corporate profits soar. they want to end poverty and it's the highest priority. >>> now, rosemary is saying these a slight chance of rain coming into the bay area today. >> i'd love to take it out. it's a nuisance. it's a slim chance so why are we talking about it? it's a holiday weekend and a lot of people have plans outdoor. i don't want you to get caught off guard. i'm giving you a look outside our doors right now. we'll get to the rain chance in a moment. let's talk about what's happening outside your days. it's a beautiful start to the day. we have low clouds, inside the bay, here at oakland we're starting out mostly cloudy. it is a clear start for many in the morn
. white house officials say president obama is willing to act on his own but he faces some challenges when it comes to getting input from congress. and john kerry will talk to reporters today. i'm working on all of that for you at 8:15. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> new leaked documents from edward snowden reveal details of the cia's black budget. the washington post published details of the cia's budget it says came from snowden. the black budget is the secret portion of the federal budget that contains funding on intelligence funding and gathering. the budget also shows how the cia has been transformed into a pair of military force with control for an increasingly large fleet of drones. the top u.s. official says he will release figures every year on how many court orders are issued and how many people are targeted because of them. the director says this is part of president obama 'call for more transparency to convince americans they are not being spied on. it follows evolutions after the leaks by edward snowden. >>> a new study shows a majority of scientists are getting less
state of emergency and a nighttime curfew. president obama is expected to speak about the latest violence in egypt in about an hour. >>> you heard it here first. you will be able to drive on the new eastern span of the bay bridge in less than three weeks. kpix 5 broke the news last night and kpix 5 reporter anne makovec with today's vote that is just a formality. anne. >> reporter: we have that exclusive information yesterday in advance of this morning's meeting that the labor day opening for the new span of the bay bridge here behind me is a go. the feds and the governor are in support of opening the new span as soon as possible now that there's a temporary fix for the 32 broken bolts that snapped in march. now crews will be scrambling to get the new span ready, paving and painting the roadway. >> there's a sense of pride in it but there's a sense of satisfaction. it's a whole team that worked on it. and it's nice to see us get to the finish line. >> there will be a modest ceremony marking the grand opening much smaller than the hoopla officials were initially planning like a ma
obama says he has no diet syrian president bashar assad's regime is behind a chemical weapons attack. president obama vows american retaliation will send a strong signal to syria. the u.k. is expected to release some intelligence today including intercepted communication between government officials calling for the use of chemical weapons. use of chemical weapons violates international law. >> we're sending the signal that the international law needs to be respected and we in the humanity world will reap the wirl wind if we don't have -- whirlwind if we don't have a consequence this for you. >> reporter: dianne feinstein chairs the senate intelligence committee. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in san francisco there will be a demonstration against u.s. military action in syria. it is scheduled for 5:00 this evening at powell and market streets. the demonstration is being organized by a coalition of antiwar groups. >>> time now 6:16. the launch of the largest rocket ever to lift off from california's central coast was a big success. >> four, three, we have
obama reacted to that house. >> we call on the region shin authorities to respect the universal rights of the people. we call on those who are protesting to do so peacefully and condemn the protesters we've seen by protesters, including on churchers. >> they blocked a road near the mira mid. >>> a 37-year-old man is shot and killed by hayward police. coming up we'll take you inside the apartment where it all happened and you will hear from the suspect's family. >>> been a week of warmer weather. kurt meteorologist mark tamayo will be here with what we can expect this week -- ktvu meteorologist mark tamayo will be here with what we can expect this week and weekend. >>> plus a big wrestler from the wwe. >>> hey wrard police had no choice but to shoot a 37-year- old man after they say he threatened them with a knife. it all happened in the 2100 block of tenny soon road in a large apartment complex. new at noon, ktvu's claudine wong gives us a look at where the shots were fired and why on more the suspect's family is now speaking out. >> reporter: it happened in this upstairs apartment. re
investigation. >> i have spoken with president obama yesterday. we have discussed how we can work together and ex-pedestrian dial the investigation. >> reporter: arab league is refusing to authorize military action. now the u.s. is increasingly alone in its desire to carry out punitive military strikes. it say its if it doesn't do them, bashar al assad will have got answer way with a war crime. richard engel, nbc news. >>> the south bay august veteran police dog is recovering today after being bitten by a man. you heard that right. this video she is knife-wielding man in confrontation with deputies monday night. one point, the man stabbed himself in the chest three times. that's when deputies released the dog named ski to take the suspect down. deputies say he punched, choked and bit the dog before they were able to wrestle him to the ground. ski suffered a couple scraped pause and will be back to work soon. the man who authorities say was on trucks at the time is recovering in the hospital. >>> might be hard to get your fast food fix today and that's because some fast food workers in the
on the crisis in syria. president obama, weighing his options right now. congress has been briefed. and white house officials now saying that the surprise vote in great britain is not going to stop the u.s. from acting. preparations for a strike taking place right now. >> we have full coverage starting this morning with abc's jim avila, who is at the white house with the reaction to that stunning vote in parliament last night. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. overnight, just as the president's people were briefing congress on their case against syria, telling the senators and the congresspeople, in fact, even if america has to act alone, america must respond. just before the white house began its briefing, stunning news from america's staunchest ally. britain is out. parliament rejected the prime minister's motion to intervene. and voted against any military action against syria. >> it is clear to me that the british parliament, reflecting the views of the british people. does not want to see british military reaction. i get that. and the government will act accordingly. >> reporter: now
obama is weighing the responses to a chemical weapons attack he said syria carried out last week. he's speaking with his national security team while execution americans a strike against bashar al assad's government with be limited. >> we are not considering any open-ended commitment. we aren't considering any boots on the ground approach. >> military experts say the u.s. is measuring a measured response in the form of air strikes on syria's capital. >> they will go after the unit that conducted the attack on the civiliance 678 they know where they are and they will punish them with strikes butch they will also do something visually compelling. they will level probably a military of defense building. >> but it may be a tough sell to the u.s. public. 50% of the americans oppose taking military action in syria. the u.s. would be acting without the help of one of its strong he will allies. britain's parliament has voted against taking action in syria. one man has been briefedly u.s. intelligent officials. he said he has scene conclusive evidence of a chemical attack by the syrian govern
shot him. >>> new this morning, a majority of california voters support president obama's health care reform law. the new field poll shows 53% of california voters support the law. 38% are opposed. the field poll finds supporters largely along party lines with democrats in favor and republicans oppose. here in the bay area and in los angeles, voters support health care reform by a 2-1 margin. opposition is stronger in the inland areas of the state. >>> new this morning, the san francisco fire department is taking a second look at its decision to ban helmet cams for its firefighters. that ban has been in place since 2009 but got new life when video from a firefighter's helmet at the asiana crash site resurfaced over the weekend. it showed footage right after the crash when a survivor was hit by a fire truck. the policy prohibits firefighters from recording emergencies without advance approval from the chief. though fire officials cite privacy concerns, they also say the footage has been useful to their investigation. and they'll consider making changes to the policy. >>> it's time to f
if chemical weapons were used. the u.n. does not determine who used them. but president obama says there is no doubt syrian president bashar al-assad's regime is behind last week's attack that kills hundreds of people, including women and children. the u.s. has increased military presence in the mediterranean sea off the coast of syria. two submarines just joined four navy destroyers already in place to launch a missile attack. syria appears to be moving some of its military weapons to different locations to avoid getting hit by potential air strikes. assad said last hour his country will defend itself against any attack. the u.s. and the u.k. could both release intelligence today pointing the finger at the assad regime. i'm working on that story for you for 6:15. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in london hundreds of protesters staged a demonstration outside the prime minister's residence against british military intervention in syria. prime minister david cameron has recalled parliament today to discuss possible military action. many people in britain a
international sanctions because of its nuclear ambitions. >>> here in the united states, president obama celebrated his birthday this weekend. he turned 52 today. yesterday, he played golf with a couple of friends. this week, the president's plans include a trip to california to visit troops at camp pendleton and an appearance on "the tonight show" with jay leno. >>> we have a winner but not the big, big winner in last night's powerball drawing. ticket sold at this arco station in milpitas is worth more than $1 million. had five of the six numbers so close, but no one had all six numbers, the jackpot rolls over to about $400 million for wednesday night's drawing. the winning numbers last night -- ♪ [ hero mom ] oh, yeah. we're gettin' cereal. 'cause over 40 general mills cereals are 130 calories or less per serving. just look for the g. boom! that's how nutrition is done, people. [ laughs ] ♪ [ female announcer ] hey ladies. you love it. you've got to have it. cinnamon toast crunch, 'cause that cinnamon and sugar is so irresistible. everybody craves those crazy squares.® >>> long-ti
chemical weapons attack in decades. the obama administration, britain and france are demanding u.n. expers in syria be granted immediate access to the area to investigate. in egypt, a court ordered the release of ousted president hosni mubarak from jail to house arrest. he is a military dictator overthrown in 2011. several weeks ago, mohamed morsi was removed from power. eversince egypt has been in violent turmoil on the streets. testimony fear the release could lead to another era of military dictatorship. >> san diego's mayor is poised to settle his this. lawsuit. they say bob filner behaved inappropriately towards them. a proposed settlement has been reaped and will be presented to the city council in a closed session on friday. that hasn't stopped calls from the democratic national committee for him to step down. >>> for the first time, kidnap victim han nab anderson is speaking out about her ordeal. the interview airs tomorrow morning on the today show. anderson was allegedly kidnapped in southern california and rescued in idaho after james dimaggio was gunned down by police. the ande
by this time next week so plan your commute accordingly. >>> it was one year ago today that president obama warned the syrian government that using chemical weapons in their civil war would be crossing a red line. well, just today, syrian rebels say that is exactly what happened. holli williams reports hundreds, maybe even a thousand people are dead tonight. the video is hard to watch. >> the videos show nightmarish scenes of lifeless bodies, many of thechl small children. others appear to be dying. they're shown writhing in agony in the grip of seizures. the syrian opposition claims this is the after math of a chemical attack on the residential neighborhood on the outskirts of damascus. it's not the first time we've heard reports of chemical weapons being used in syrian, but if this one is real, it's on a much-larger scale. the videos are impossible for us to verify, but chemical weapons expert and cbs consultant told us the symptoms look like those caused by nerve gas. >> the quivering bodies, pinpoint pupils, and the mass casualties, these people have died from some unconventional weapon
sent to president obama. they want him to get their authorization before taking military action against syria. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, dianne feinstein says she's received some intelligence about it. >> reporter: feinstein says she's believes the attack was by the assad regime and is strongly urging the united nations to condemn the regime. that's echoed by many in congress. without a united nations resolution, some argue the u.s. cannot take military action under military law. the resolution should wrap up tomorrow and their findings made public on saturday. this hour, the british government said the legal requirements to strike have been met. david cameron said the evidence that syria used chemical weapons last week is right before our eyes. the u.s. is upping its military presence in the mediterranean sea off the coast of syria to to prepare for a potential strike. and president assad said his country will defend itself. congressional leaders will get briefed via a phone conference scheduled for 3:00 pacific today. what we're learning about a poss
obama. they will attempt to break off the political standoff between supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi and supporters of the new the government. since morsi was forced from power last month, hundreds of people have died in clashes between the two groups. >>> a sentencing hearing for bradley manning will continue this week. he was convicted of releasing classified information to wikileaks. a state department official is due to testify today about how manning's leaks strained relationships between the u.s. and its allies. manning has been convicted of giving wikileaks 250,000 cables and other documents about the wars in afghanistan and iraq. he could get up to 136 years in prison. >>> and the dangers to democracy are too great. >> protesters rallied against nancy pelosi and her support of the nsa over the weekend, including a man who helped expose american policy in the vietnam war. military analyst daniel elsberg said he strongly identifies with bradie manning. >>> 7:19. parts of the bay area socked in by fog this morning. will it stick around or burn off? up next, steve p
obama raised red flags in the spring. and in a letter to the congress, sebelius warned that up to 70,000 children would lose access to head start. is that figure close enough to be called truthful? >> yeah. don't you think, 57,000 children not getting services that they would typically get otherwise. this is services preparing kids for school. >> reporter: pam shah is president's of california's head start association and operates or partners with eight centers in the east bay. there are other side effects besides students losing slots. her programs had to slash school supplies, close down a center and lay off substitute teachers. the 57,000 figure doesn't tell the whole story. >> i think other people are doing the same thing trying to keep as many slots as they can keep. >> reporter: lillian covers early education for ed source and says that the 5600 slots lost in california are on par with what state educators have predicted. but the fallout is still greater. >> there is a big range of how each program has run. but cutting days has been the most popular way to avoid cutting childre
't spent decades behind bars, and they're calling on president obama to act. >> on behalf of the san francisco chapter of veterans for peace, we reach out to our commander in chief and say bradley manning deserves a full pardon, mr. president. >> another supporter said he was gathering petitions to present to the president. the white house says any requests will be given due consideration like any other. >>> new recommendations about the nsa greaterring communications between americans unlawfully for years. the national security agency collected an estimated 56,000 emails and other electronic communications each year that were entirely domestic. the judge suggestioned the nsa violated the law against spying on americans. the nsa said the data collection was unable to separate information that only involved americans. >>> video from rebel organizations showed dozens of people sick and suffering and they do not show any obvious signs of wounds. the rebels say at least 100 people died, many of them women and children. if the use of chemical weapons is confirmed it would add pressure on
behind bars, and they're calling on president obama to act. >> on behalf of the san francisco chapter of veterans for peace, we reach out to our commander in chief and say bradley manning deserves a full pardon, mr. president. >> another supporter said he was gathering petitions to present to the president. the white house says any requests will be given due consideration like any other. >>> new recommendations about the nsa greaterring communications between americans unlawfully for years. the national security agency collected an estimated 56,000 emails and other electronic communications each year that were entirely domestic. the judge suggestioned the nsa violated the law against spying on americans. the nsa said the data collection was unable to separate information that only involved americans. >>> video from rebel organizations showed dozens of people sick and suffering and they do not show any obvious signs of wounds. the rebels say at least 100 people died, many of them women and children. if the use of chemical weapons is confirmed it would add pressure on the united states
of those who would qualify for insurance coverage or tax breaks under president obama's health care reforms, don't know they could possibly be covered. the survey questioned 12- hundred low income, uninsured voters who would qualify for coverage. it found many voters remain confused by the health overhaul. and slightly more than half either didn't know it or believed that they were not eligible. the confusion was broader for voters currently not covered by an employer or government program but who would qualify for tax credits when buying coverage. >> a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues. we are watching traffic heavy in both directions. a complete update on weather, traffic, coming up right after the break. . it's great having at&t u-verse high speed internet. walter likes to download fix-it videos... and watch "boardwalk empire." it helps sam with his math... [ beeping ] ...and online gaming. and suze loves her smartphone for "social" studies... like video-chatting with sara. hi, ms. kelly. hi, sara. [ male announcer ] call at&t now to get the fastest internet for the price
's the second soldier to receive the medal of honor. president obama recognized staff sergeant clint romoshay in federal budget. pentagon leaders don't usually send recipients back into harm's day. carter wants to continue his service in wounded warriors u flits. he wants had -- units. he wants to share his struggles he's endured. back to you. >>> and the marine corps will let women take part in training and when they finish the training, they won't finish for two years. but this opens up a defense decision this year to repeal the rules to women serving in combat roles. >>> our continuing coverage of the fires burning up and down the state. right now more than 8300 firefighters are battling nearly 400 square miles of wildfire. six wildfires burning over the weekend. as of fire that's burning near yosemite park is by far the largest. about 15 minutes ago, we learned that the rim fire has burned 149,000 acres. reporter dominic is in tuolumne city. and that's where the firefighters are focusing their efforts today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i guess you can start calling this the b
Search Results 0 to 43 of about 44 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)